The Cat Burnsa lyrics will make you feel the same way

The Cat Burnsa lyrics will make you feel the same way ...

Cat Burnsa''s frank, intimate lyrics are similar to the long texts you draft in your notes before touching send. Each line is deeply personal a almost as if you are peeking over Burnsa''s shoulder while she types on the bus.

aThis has been going on for over an hour,a she sings in aItas Overa. aDon''t know how else to say this all, but you, you are, are not the one. But it''s not fair on the part of us and deep, I know you know that it''s over.a.

Burnsa''s involvement in this confessional style is an entirely conscious decision. aIave always loved artists who write songs about specific things [in their lives],a she tells me from the back of a car, visiting the studio. aBecause I am like, aOh my god, theyave written this song for me.a Like I now have an even greater relationship with the artist. I wanted to make sure I did that for my listeners.a

Burnsa''s back catalogue contains a wide variety of formative experiences: itas, whether itas calling out toxic men in aFuckboya or describing the hole left by an absent parent in aI Donat Blame Youa. aFreea is a one of the 23-year-old singeras most confessional songs to date, and the LGBTQIA+ community is racially rallying around this raw but joyful coming out track.

aFreea was initially written for Burnsa''s mother, who was stuck with her daughteras sexuality for a while. aThe first demo of it was taken on the piano. I told my mother, aOh my gosh, I didnat know this was how you felt. This is so beautiful. A In the years since, Burns has received countless DMs from fans who have described how the song helped them with their own coming out. aWhen I told my mother, she said,

Itas aGoa (written on behalf of a heartbroken friend) that put Burns on the score sheet in early April, and it reached sixth place in the UK Official Charts and over 30 million downloads on Spotify. However, after Burns published a verse or two on TikTok in 2020, things went from zero to viral. aI think a group of 15 year olds just discovered the sound and started using it, according to the author. Now you can find aGoa (a

Burns has so much to look forward to, even with TikTok''s fame and chart success under her belt. After just performing two sold-out shows at Londonas Omeara, sheall will be the lead act for the next Years and Yearsa UK tour, and her EP Emotionally Unavailable has just dropped.

In The Bustle Booth

Latte with oat milk.

London, Newcastle, Brighton, Milton Keynes, Newport, Birmingham, Rome, Stockholm, and Gothenburg have all gone abroad a few years ago. I''ve just seen how many people have visited Sweden in the past. I''ve seen that change since the beginning.


aOh, you''ll want to talk about white chicks'' mooootttheeers.

The Proud Family on Disney.

I''ve seen a Netflix show called Lock & Key that I really like.

You know, I really don''t have one.

Damn, I''m not a fan of karaoke. I find it extremely unsettling. It''s quite an odd process, especially when you are singing for a living.

The OG is a big brother.

All of the new music from other artists. There''s been a number of people online writing music but they''ve been cleverly written. Like, Maddie Zahm has a song out right now called aFat Funny Frienda. It''s basically like a ballad. I just keep listening to it on repeat. I''d love to work with her one day.

aShe''s cool, man.a

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